Yvonne and Arthur Boyd at Bundanon, image David Moore, 1990s
Arthur and Yvonne Boyd's gift of the Bundanon properties is truly a gift that keeps on giving. You can support Bundanon Trust in a number of ways. Whether you decide to make a donation or bequest, become a sponsor or volunteer your time you are investing in Bundanon’s future and helping us grow.
Real generosity towards the future lies in giving all to the present.- Albert Camus
As a not-for-profit organisation your corporate or personal contribution goes wholly to support our concerts and events, education programs and artists in residence.
We want to make sure that the thousands of school children and hundreds of artists who stay on the Trust's properties every year can keep coming - regardless of their financial circumstances. All our programs rely on the generous support of our individual donors.
Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated and all donations of $2 or more qualify for a tax deduction.
You can donate any amount using the Donate Now button below.
If you would prefer not to donate online, please download the form below.
...the spirit of generosity of the place is overwhelming.- Moruya High School, Adopt A School beneficiaries
Bundanon Trust offers residential opportunities to schools with students who would normally be unable to participate due to economic, social or geographic disadvantage. Bundanon gives priority to remote and national partnership schools and those with significant Indigenous enrolment. Private donors are able to directly support this program.
Bundanon Trust welcomes gifts of works of art. Donors may be entitled to a tax deduction for the market value of the gift under the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program.
The generosity of donors is greatly appreciated. However, we can only accept gifts of artworks that are compatible with our collection policy and which are intended for display to the public.The proposed gift must be approved by Bundanon's CEO and Board. If the gift is accepted by Bundanon, appropriate recognition is offered.
If you are considering donating an artwork, please send an image of the work, together with the name of the artist, the title of the work, its date and provenance to:
Collections and Exhibitions Manager, Bundanon Trust, PO Box 3343, NORTH NOWRA NSW 2541 or email Collections
To make a donation by phone, contact Deborah Ely on (02) 4422 2100 or email Donations
See here for more information on the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program.
Making a bequest is an incredibly generous and meaningful way to contribute to the long term future of Bundanon.
Leaving a bequest means that you have the use of your funds or property during your lifetime, and leave part or all of your money or property to Bundanon after your death.
You may choose to leave a particular asset or a specified sum of money, or you can leave a percentage of your total estate, or a percentage of the residue of your estate, which means that you can ensure your family and friends are provided for as well as benefitting Bundanon.
You may choose to leave your bequest freely - 'no strings attached' - so that Bundanon can apply the money to the area of most need. It is also possible to leave a bequest with a specification that it is used for a particular purpose - for example, to support a special program.
If you would like to enquire about making a bequest, please contact Deborah Ely on (02) 4422 2100 or email Bequests
The above information has been sourced from Philanthropy Australia.
What is the essence of life? To serve others and to do good.- Aristotle (384-322 BC)
Meet new people, learn new skills and make a valuable contribution by becoming a volunteer at Bundanon. We welcome community involvement and rely on a team of volunteers to assist us in preserving and interpreting our collections, historic Homestead, grounds and gardens and in delivering our outstanding arts program.
If you would like to become a Bundanon volunteer our qualified staff will provide you with the relevant training. We are always looking for volunteers in the following areas:
Need some experience in hospitality, production or event management? Then this is your chance to get involved in our upcoming events.
Learn to guide visitors through the historic Bundanon Homestead, garden and studio of Arthur Boyd on Sunday Open Days and mid-week tours or behind the scenes you can assist with research, cataloguing and maintenance of the Collection - working with curators.
Local Landcare Group
Interested in bush regeneration or riverbank restoration? Become part of our active land management group. Keen gardener? Share your knowledge and make a mark on the stunning Bundanon gardens and surrounds.
You will be required to complete a Volunteer Agreement if you become part of our team.